UP AND COMING EXHIBIT FEB 25 TO MAR 2, 2019

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OF A FOURTH DIMENSION
A Metal Sculpture Exhibit

On view February 25 to March 2, 2019

Presented by New York visual artists Cliff Dufton, Hak Sul Lee, Dana Parlier, Anne Stanner and Natsuki Takauji

“Of A Fourth Dimension” is a metal sculpture exhibit showcasing the work of more than 40 New-York–based artists also known as the “ASL Metal Sculpture Artists.”

Every week, the ASL Metal Sculpture Artists meet their mentors at the Art Students League of New York and develop their art in the metal studio.(https://www.theartstudentsleague.org)

The title of this exhibit, “Of A fourth Dimension” is a reflection on the transformation of metal in the hands of the artists. Sculptures are generated from metal sheets, rods, scraps and found objects. The metal may be cut, heated, forged, twisted, welded, grinded, or even chemically treated. Some artists choose to mix other media like wood or ceramic to create their sculpture.

Opening reception is Monday, February 25, 2019, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., at The Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, second floor of The Art Students League of New York, 215 W 57th St, 2nd fl., New York, NY 10019.

Gallery Hours
Mon-Fri: 9:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Sat: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Sun: Closed

ADMISSION: Free

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OUR MENTORS

ABOUT THE ART STUDENTS LEAGUE OF NEW YORK

ABOUT THE ART STUDENTS LEAGUE OF NEW YORKA legendary community of artists, the Art Students League of New York (ASL) was founded by artists in 1875 and has been instrumental in shaping America’s legacy in the fine arts. Yes, Bourgeois, Hirschfeld, Nevelson, O’Keeffe, Pollock, Rockwell, Rothko, and recently departed Rosenquist have practiced their art here, along with numerous other prominent artists. Today’s artists at the League share the same passions that those greats brought to their art. Dedicated to non-conformity, the League was created by artists breaking away from the National Academy of Design. That independent spirit remains at the League today, where artists pursue their work unconstrained by dogma, politics or burdensome tuition. The format of ongoing monthly studio classes allows artists to work and explore their art at their own pace, exchanging ideas and learning from other prominent artists who have a range of artistic philosophies.